The NeuronFarm, a developer of web-based applications that aim to improve reading comprehension, has released a new online program designed to help educators build lifelong reading skills in diverse groups of middle-school students.

Called 3D-Readers, the program teaches students research-based reading strategies that can be applied to any text across the curriculum to improve reading comprehension. 3D-Readers combines original narrative and expository texts with a blend of verbal and visual reading strategies that include interactive visualizations, question generation, and constructed responses to open-ended questions. The company says its new instructional tool is intended to help students understand and analyze more complex...

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